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Vision Technical Molding adds cleanroom, mats handling, and more

Manchester, CT-based contract molder, Vision Technical Molding LLC, continues to see plenty of opportunity in the medical device market, and yesterday announced it has expanded its production space, added new equipment, and expanded the breadth of services it can offer the medical device market.

PlasticsToday Staff

October 7, 2009

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Vision Technical Molding adds cleanroom, mats handling, and more

Manchester, CT-based contract molder, Vision Technical Molding LLC, continues to see plenty of opportunity in the medical device market, and yesterday announced it has expanded its production space, added new equipment, and expanded the breadth of services it can offer the medical device market.

The processor, citing double-digit growth during each of the last four years, has expanded by 27,000-ft2 its facility to, it says, “meet increasing customer demand for the rapid turnaround of complex medical devices often requiring post-molding operations.” Vision runs 24/7 operations. Now, its 57,000-ft2 facility includes a new ISO Class 8 cleanroom; a new material drying and conveying system; additional quality control lab space; a dedicated metrology department; and a full-service tool room.
 

Vision Technical Molding: plenty of opportunity in medical device market.

The new 10,000–ft2 cleanroom boosts Vision Technical Molding’s cleanroom space by 150% and is being used to house single- and two-shot injection molding machinery and a customized material drying and conveying system. The cleanroom was designed and built through a combined effort from the team at Vision; the contractor, Aldrich Construction; and Capital Studio, the company’s architect. The cleanroom is certified through a third party, Mycoscience. Most of the molding equipment in the cleanroom is Cincinnati Milacron Roboshots, with that new drying/conveying system supplied by Wittmann.

The firm also added an ISO-certified Class 8 clean room space dedicated to secondary operations such as pad printing, labeling, and ultrasonic welding. —[email protected]

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